Yesterday’s Headlines 28/06/2016

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Yesterday’s headlines included more than 200 civil society organisations urging G20 governments to end fossil fuels subsidies, close to record breaking numbers of attendees attended Renewable Energy Europe 2016, and Richard Arnold, Technical Director at Thomson Ecology discussed the future of the UK’s environment. For all of yesterday’s headlines, read below.

Paris Agreement Top Priority at Business and Climate Summit

Civil Society Sector Urges G20 to Stop Fossil Fuel Subsidies

Near Record Breaking Numbers Attend Energy Conference

Resolution Foundation Reports Rise in Child Poverty

Richard Arnold Discusses Future of UK’s Environment

Transport Campaigners React to High Speed Railway Report

WWF Urges Treasury to Support Environmental Sustainability

WorldGBC Reveal Innovative Climate Change Project

EU Policymakers Agree ESG Requirements for IORPs

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/features/ore-catapult-reveal-new-non-executive-director/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/features/law-firm-announces-support-terrawatt-initiative/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/features/report-shows-decreasing-emissions-possible/